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Everything You Need to Know About Hardwood Pellets

Introduction & History Pellet fuels are biofuels made from compressed organic matter or biomass. Wood pellets are the most common type of fuel pellets and were historically made from compacted sawdust and industrial wastes from the milling of lumber, manufacturing of…

A New Era in Home Heating is Here

The popularity of pellet fuel appliances is growing rapidly due to their energy efficiency and lack of pollutants resulting from use. According to, “Pellet fuel appliances are more convenient to operate than ordinary wood…

Premium Coffee Fuel Pellets

Spent coffee grounds are a byproduct from the brewing process that delivers that delicious cup of coffee. Coffee Grounds are one of earth’s largest sources of organic waste. The Grounds are a unique organic material because of their high heating value and natural oil content. Until recently, this abundant and valuable resource was typically disposed of in landfills across the United States. Using innovative technology, Sustainable Resources Group is now leading the challenge of upcycling organic residuals. Our coffee grounds are sourced directly from internationally recognized manufacturers of soluble coffee and are byproducts of the production of instant coffee.

Coffee Grounds vs. Wood

Coffee is one of the largest commodities that is found in every part of the world. The virgin material is highly sought after, but after the coffee is brewed, the Grounds are normally discarded as waste. SRG reclaims and processes the Grounds, a renewable resource, that would otherwise be disposed of in landfills. By shifting demand from wood pellets to coffee pellets, we are ultimately contributing to saving our forests and utilizing an otherwise wasted natural resource.

IT’S NOT A HARD DECISION to switch fuels as coffee beats all competitor’s pellets in heat value and ash content. Most importantly, it is price competitive!

JavaFlame® has 35% more heating value than most hardwood and 80% less ash than wood pellet premium standards. That means it provides longer heating time and less clean up!


Pellet Tests

The pellets can be used for pellet blends, or by itself. Use with all pellet and biomass boilers. The table below shows the results from a 2-lb pellet burn test, our analyses, and ones advertised by the competitors.